Hi, I'm Juliet Kaska and this is chest stretches with your hands clasped behind your back. Your chest muscles are made up of your pectoralis major and minor. The major makes up the majority of the width of your chest and the minor is directly under it, both of which are involved in keeping the movement and the stability of your shoulder, pretty much keeping the arm attached to the rest of your body. I'm going to show you two stretches today in order to keep your chest flexible. So for our first exercise I'm going to turn away from you and clasp my hands together in the small of my back, put the thumbs and the forefingers together and press them into your sacrum and then pull the elbows back lifting your chest up and once your chest gets lifted, extend your arms opening up the front of the chest and stretching out the front pectoral muscles, hold there and on the last exhale after about 30 seconds, come bring your chest back up to straight and release your hands. Our second stretch we're going to take from yoga. It's called Reverse Prayer Pose. And your hands are going to be like this in the small of the back and then you're going to scoop them up into your spine and press them all the way up. Start with your fingertips together, and then gently ease in to pushing the palms towards one another and once they touch, roll the shoulders back lift your chest and push the pinky side of your hand into your spine as you slide the hands up your back. Once they get between your shoulder blades, use the hand to press in the shoulder blades helping to lift your chest up further. We're going to hold here for 30 seconds on the last one, exhale, bring your torso back up to upright, slide the hands down your back and roll your shoulders out.